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Tag Archives: bisexual
This article provides a perspective on trans*, intersex, gender binaries and beyond. it is written in a provocative style and encourages readers to consider how they describe their sexual orientation when talking about being bisexual or pansexual.
There seems to be a number with people who identify as bisexual posting tips on how to be an ally to folks like us. This one has been written by a bisexual activist from Pennsylvania in the United States of … Continue reading
Released in February 2012, The Bisexuality Report collates existing research on bisexuality. It aims to inform and improve practice and policy regarding people who are bisexual by highlighting specific concerns and experiences of this population. Topics include: bisexual experiences and … Continue reading
Anna Paquin, lead actress of True Blood is reported to have come out as bisexual in April and recently commented on the prejudice experienced by people who’re bisexual.
This blog is by a woman who shares her journey to bisexuality (including coming out as lesbian and then bisexuality later) and responds to a number of myths about bisexuality – the comments below are quite good too! this…is a … Continue reading
James Dominguez (President) and Kathi Wilson (committee member) appeared on Alphabet Soup – Channel 31, which went to air 23 May 2011. The panel show discussed a range of matters about bisexuality, including myths and discrimination.
****Update**** Poll has closed and the results were as follows: Embracing all of the rainbow 26.70% Diversity under the rainbow 26.70% Pride for all 13.30% Proud, Strong, Together 13.30% Somewhere under the rainbow 13.30% Live, love Be … Continue reading
The Bi-Alliance Victoria (BAV) was very happy to be invited to comment on the UNHCR’s discussion paper on “The Protection of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trangender and Intersex Asylum-Seekers and Refugees“. The Centre for Refugee Research at UNSW sought comment from … Continue reading